That's the right attitude I think! There are plenty of jobs out there at the moment and you sound like you'd have no problem picking up a new one pretty quickly. Look at Phil - he thought he'd been on the dole for the next few months and he got work straight away!
No need to apologise btw - I couldnt believe that they said that to you. It's so hard to just rise about the BS at work sometimes. My office can really start to wreck my head but I try not to let it.
yeah he was saying the same yesterday, he seems to like the job too which is a bonus...... ughhhh i feel terrible at the moment though, i probably shouldn't have had that fry , i don't know how i'm going to survive the party later .....
are you still thinking of coming up in a few weekends ? which pubs do you like in dub ?
yeah will hopefully be up in a couple of weekends - i need to go shopping for a backpack and a few other things...plus I've been threatening to visit my brother.
Pubs I like - that's tough, there's too many. Heres a few of my old stomping grounds
Brogans (Dame St.)
Chaplins (beside Screen Cinema)
Doyles (just across the road from Screen - I lived in here when i was supposed to be at my lectures)
The Long Stone
Smiths (Jervis St.)
Pravda (had my 21st birthday here so i have a bit of a soft spot for it despite its D4 clientele! )
Porter House (to meet the tourists)
Nealons (Capel St.)
( I can keep going... )
Hahaha, you guys are too much...but do we ever learn when to say enough (alcohol) is enough? I will be raising my hand tomorrow...I am celebrating St Pat's a day late. I had to have all my senses for work today so I decided to refrain myself from heavy duty green looking drinks. Although I did have a couple of apple martinis...
My right hand is actually really painful. I came home from Kerry with a massive black bruise on the upper surface of my wrist. God only knows what I was up to? I cant really...em...remember
The mind boggles!